Sightings of Butterflies in Suffolk - 2017
The Branch is always grateful for butterfly records and a
recording form can be downloaded from the conservation section of this
website. We would be particularly grateful for records away from the
coast and information on the following species:
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Us Your Sightings
If you see a Brimstone this record will also be passsed to the Brimstone and Buckthorn project
Please include the date, how many of
each butterfly species seen, location
with an ordnance survey grid reference if possible, and your name (if
you want to).
If visiting Purdis Heath, Pipers Vale and Landseer Park (or any other site for that matter) please keep to footpaths and recognised tracks and do not trample heather, ant nests or any other vegetation. There are plenty of places where you can see butterflies from the paths. Keep dogs on a lead.
Photographs from 2017 Sightings (all pictures are the copyright of their owners)
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